Reviews of Elvis Presley Birthplace (Tourist Attraction)

306 Elvis Presley Dr, Tupelo, MS 38801, United States

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Lynda Malia

Had a nice time as always with our tour group - Southern Style! The guide inside the birthplace was really knowledgeable and entertaining. If you are in the south - it's definitely worth a visit.

Ridge Doane

I happened to be passing by the area and saw this on my GPS. Stopped to check it out. I did stop in about 7 AM and was able to walk the grounds. I wasnt able to go inside since it opens at 9 AM, but still cool.

Sandra Palmer

Time period home, but out of character as it's 'fixed up'. Special to see before Graceland, to understand his beginnings!

Marvin Roden

Excellent maintenance of this historic site and gift shop which provides wide selection of Elvis materials.

Cinda Bentley

Price is NOT what they advertise and they would not honor it even when showed on THEIR website! Bait and switch. Really poor experience with customer service/hosts at the desk! Those 2 women were “don’t care” that’s what you have to pay. Was really looking forward to seeing the church because I’m in ministry. Spent money I really couldn’t afford to spend the night to do the tour as I missed it previous afternoon. Got in from out of state too late. Started to pay it but the women’s attitudes were so bad and uncaring and hateful, I decided to leave. I have called and called to talk to the manager, but “he’s not available”.....convenient... I hope their Board sees this! For every senior that gets charged an extra dollar, you’re stealing from us on a set income! Those dollars add up! Shame on you!!!

Robert Wood

Not being a big Elvis fan, some of this eluded me. As was the case when I visited Graceland years ago, I couldn't help but be impressed by the man's accomplishments. It was interesting to see where his roots were, and read the comments from people who knew him back then. If you're an Elvis fan, or just a fan of history, it's worth a stop.

Renea Dillon

An amazing tribute to Elvis! From the front room where he was born to the front pew of his first church, this place makes you understand the depths of poverty from which Elvis rose!

lbutler1960

If you liked Elvis, it's a fun place!! If you loved Elvis, it's a must see!! If you didn't care about Elvis, he will still serenade you in the gift shop bathroom!!

dacre wilson

Very well presented and an absolute must see when in Tupelo.

Alan McBride

We decided to stop here after visiting the Guest House at the Graceland Hotel. We didn't do the museum or go inside the little house, but shopped in the little gift shop, saw the church that Elvis attended, and took some photos beside a cardboard Elvis. 20 minutes on the way to visit my sister in Atlanta, Georgia.

Chris Younger

More than just the little house. Great facility and park, large place. Definitely go see it.

Larry Perry

Awesome. Reasonable prices. Got to tour the house we was born in. Seen the church he attended and the school was there too

Jb Bradley 82

The place is so beautiful had my mom's 65th birthday party the and all i heard was how beautiful the place was 100%❤✌

Luis Rodriguez

Is the story of his life and the all he do to become who he was, letting you know that in this life if you have a dream you it can become real if you fight and put your ❤️ on, you can live in a small house having many problem in you life but if you really want something just fight for and Make your Dreams a Reality if you wanted. The place is nice and you can learn a lot of the history, also many msg left by other and can relax and reflect of your dreams never is late to be who you want to be in this life.

Jennifer Frangione

What a lovely memorial to a hometown hero.

Larry Hawkins

Pretty cool to see where Elvis was born. Very nice place and the folks there are so friendly.

Robson Pontin

A very nice, relaxing, and friendly place. It is worth a visit if you are passing by if you are a big fan!

Rose Detweiler

Interesting to walk through. We did not do the museum or the tour as that required tickets.

F Campbell

Nicely done. Talk with the lady in the house, she knew Elvis & she's a riot!

Paul Angelo Barca Jr.

Visited in 2013 n 2019,,,,awe inspiring,,,,,great way to travel back in time to a poor town in Mississippi n see how poor Elvis really was, but also so rich to be a part of a small church where he learned music,,gospel.,,the birthplace of rock n roll.

Margaret Warner

It was nice to see where he was born

Tom Stofer

A must see for any Elvis fan. Not a bad drive from Memphis. I recommend going to his birth place in Tupelo before visiting Graceland. You will then truly and fully enjoy the great Elvis experience.

Robert D Leon

Awesome beautiful visit. The King's birth place.

Danielle Brody

The people that work there are the highlight! Hey are passionate about all things Elvis and knew him personally, so they have great first-person stories we couldn’t stop listening to! The whole center is informative and well-done, you learn through the buildings themselves, posters, statues, relics, photos and movies. Highly recommend!

William Lawson

This is a really charming museum for The King's birthplace! If you've been to Graceland in Memphis, then you might also consider driving a few hours over to Tupelo to also see Elvis' birthplace, which also has the tiny church building where he first sang gospel hymns. Usually not too crowded, and all around quaint and enjoyable.

Jay Downam

If you consider yourself an Elvis Presley Fan this is a must see. If you are ever in the area of Tupelo it's a must see. Free to walk around and experience the life of the King of Rock and Roll..

Graciela Pacheco

If you only go to Graceland to learn about Elvis you will only know a third of his story. The perfect trilogy to get a full picture and understanding of who Elvis was, what made the man you need to go to Tupelo as well as RCA Victor Studio B tour in Nashville.

Thomas Willmann

You can spend an hour or 10 minutes. Nice place that had been preserved.

Allen Reddin

It was awesome , I would recommend anyone taking a break or short vacation and visiting this place .

Lynda Malia

Had a nice time as always with our tour group - Southern Style! The guide inside the birthplace was really knowledgeable and entertaining. If you are in the south - it's definitely worth a visit.

Winnie Harrison

Really enjoyed the Old fashion church service just like I attended when I was a teen. All the tour and park was amazing!

Judith Wyo

Amazing to see some of the roots of America. It was a tiny shot gun house. Left here in his early teens, but a nice little tribute. Glad they preserved it. Parking lot here is decent sized and the grounds are well cared for.

Mike

Great place! Liked the video, lots to see, read, and buy!

Norman Bennett

Tranquil and Serene... Well Kept Grounds, Informative and with a Gift Shop. Very Nice!

Peter Parnham

Just a neat place to stop by at, if you happen to be in town.

Rob W

Not very much to see here. The home was interesting enough. But this place seemed to me to be trying to deify Elvis rather than show him for who he was.

Mendy Starnes

Family fun and enjoyed the history of one of the greatest.

Lauren Churque

Beautiful grounds to walk around. There is a ton to see if you don't have time to stay and take the tours to go inside the buildings. It was a cold and beautiful fall morning, great for photos. They did a wonderful job laying out his timeline and building peaceful places for his fans to stop and observe. I definitely felt like I walked a mile in his shoes. The reflection lake has 2 fountains and a wooden bridge that would make it perfect for professional photo sessions.

Kim Wagner

Very cool place to visit lot of history there

Jeff B.

An interesting place! Very beautiful grounds and museum, nice gift shop. It's all about Elvis, of course, but you get a nice taste of the history of Tupelo and the area circa 1950s, and what it was like to grow up in the region. We got a beautiful day, met some really nice people, and enjoyed our visit.

Lynda Thomas Bryan

What a humble tribute to a world-class performer entertainer and human being. If we all lived our lives like Elvis in such a loving caring manner what a better place this world would be. Easy to see where he got his humble personality.

Angela Dunlea

The owners/managers have done a gr8 job presenting Elvis' early years and story. Birth home shows a truly poor beginning for him. He and so many other Americans have been able to reach their dreams in Our Great Country!!

Deb DAndrea

Lovely grounds to wander for free.

Carolina Cositore Sitrin

Must go if an Elvis fan. Lots to learn here. Small, but good.

bob chadwick

Historic place even though not everything is where it was when Elvis was a child. The movie in the Chapel is great and has you singing and clapping along. Good way to spend a couple of hours.

John Siejkowski

It's just a small two room house, but the history, and the fact that Elvis bought it before it was gone in order to preserve it, is very cool. He purchased enough land to have a park there so you can walk around a little bit if you so choose.

Teresa Cooley

Ohbi was so excited it was worth everything to gobthere

Lisa Bailey

I took my family here for Spring break. It was interesting to see places Elvis had been. My kids enjoyed seeing the sites and getting educated on his background. The grounds were well maintained. I just thought it was too pricey and I was not impressed with the guides. They were very welcoming and nice. Great information, but not very people oriented.

Carol O'Reilly

Fantastic worth every moment we were there

Slovak Queen

Way more than what we expected, which was a house. Yes, there's the house, but also chapel, church, statutes, fountains, story boards, museum and of course a gift shop. It's very manageable time wise. Made us realise and truly appreciate where Elvis came from and his rough beginnings.

Tabitha Weeks

Neat place to visit and could see most everything for free.

Michael Christian

Took a young lady there for a first date. We both grew up in Tupelo and had been going to EP park since we were kids. It is a nice place to walk around and talk and see things from Elvis's past.

P Stearns

Cool, must visit place to see. Very humbling, peaceful and Almost holy.

Jake B

very cool place to visit if you're ever in the area. it is the truest example of humble beginnings. it takes about 20 minutes to see everything but its a really cool experience.

2011gnl

Very cool! I'll admit, I was not too excited to visit, but then once I was there I could actually FEEL the history of this place! Very happy I went and recommend to anyone that's visiting the Tupelo area to see it!

JoAnna Muniz

It was amazint to see this place and read what they had out there for us. Couldn't have done a better job. Awesome

Cloresa Fisher

Loved it. Very beautiful place.

Susan Waldrop

I really enjoyed this place! Very well done!

Robert Wages

Awesome place for a reunion. World class!

Shea Wilson

Nice and informative experience. A bit overpriced. IMO

Tirza Weed

Loved this stop! Relaxing and educational, the King of Rock and Rolls Spirit is definitely here ❤️

Woodworkers of North MS Community

Best experience ever for my Mom (and us). She is a huge fan and the lady inside the old house was incredible and made her year by being so accommodating and kind. Thank you.

Joseph Reese

Interesting if you lived during the Elvis reign. Not real expensive.

Sheila McCormick

Alittle pricey but interesting and I guess the cost goes to keep things nice. We loved it!

Cristina Walker

Loved this cute little musuem! Lots to see and take pics of! Great selection in the gift shop as well!

Matt Mclemore

Lady in Elvis' house was talking loudly into the phone. She ignored my questions. I assume she was there to tell us about the home. We couldn't hear each other she was talking so loud. This was very rude. Everyone else was very nice.

Rav Singh

Awesome calming place with benches to sit and reflect on his rise from this little humble house to the WORLD SUPER STAR he became

Aah Haa

Traveling by and decided to stop for a break. We really enjoyed our visit. Quaint and very well kept. We will return :)

Nick Bell

You can’t nothing but a hound dog! Crying all the time. A wonderful experience. Elvis is the King. Bigger than MLK. Bigger than Nat King Cole and Certainly bigger than King George of Sweden whom I have met personally at a drag show in Stockholm Sweden. I love the King. Christine Ketz also loved the King.

Pauline David

Although not a great fan of Elvis, I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to his birthplace. Very informative, pleasant and helpful staff. Also a well stocked shop with a wide variety of things to buy. Thanks

meforyou1988

Nice place to visit but I found the film they played in the church unnecessary. Would've been nice to just sit in there and enjoy the building. Was amazing walking in the house elvis was born in although a little small it was gorgeous inside and out. Lovely little souvenir shop too

Arthur Romero

Earned the royal label of King, a true rag to riches story

Connie Runion

We got to go in Elvis's birth house for free today. That was a nice thing.

Stacey Dennis

Great stop off to see a part of history and where the Legend Elvis started from humble beginnings.

Ellen Lyng

It's a tiny little house with a large gift shop, but it's Elvis. There is a very nice little garden and a chapel and IT'S ELVIS! :

winjoe100

Nice quiet place to visit and reflect on Elvis' childhood. Informative.

James G

Very cool to see! We took plenty of pics outside but didn't go inside. Really a nice little stop.

Rosie Newsome

This is such a wonderful place to visit and read about Elvis and his family. The place is beautifully maintained. A must see.

Antiques DuJour

For anyone who loves Elvis and or rock and roll - this is a great stop or day trip! Tupelo MS is about 100 miles south of Memphis. The original house where Elvis was born stands on this property plus a replica of the his childhood Church where he listened to gospel music. There are also statues.. a reflecting pool ..an event center and of course a gift shop. We really enjoyed our time here.

Leonardo Borges

It's simply the place where the King of Rock n' Roll was born. Everything is there, of course, in replicas. But there's an atmosphere of the family, including a church where they prayed in the past. The tickets are a bit expensive, but it's a very strong touch in the idol's life.

Lynda Thomas Bryan

What a humble tribute to a world-class performer entertainer and human being. If we all lived our lives like Elvis in such a loving caring manner what a better place this world would be. Easy to see where he got his humble personality.

Angela Dunlea

The owners/managers have done a gr8 job presenting Elvis' early years and story. Birth home shows a truly poor beginning for him. He and so many other Americans have been able to reach their dreams in Our Great Country!!

r sims

Great place to learn about and see items from the past of Elvis. Being able to walk inside of his childhood home was very interesting with the curator at the time being knowledgable of the Presley's history.

Benjamin Smith

Really awesome histiric site. Not worth paying to go inside since it's a really small building. Diehard Elvis fans might find more value in paying then I did.

Family G-S

A place where even children pay their respects. Not too pricey either. A great view from the top of hill gives us a glimpse of what Elvis saw as a boy and inspired him to become the world's number one Country Boy. A must see and experience for any Elvis fan!

Gail Bowman

This was a beautiful place be prepared to walk up a lot of steps. But it was just awesome

Allen Clark

This is a must see for any Elvis fan. You get to stand in the room that "The King" was born in. The 450 sq ft home was built by his dad in 1934. While there's not a ton to see, it's still neat to visit where an American icon was born. There's the house, the first church he attended (moved from its original location) and a museum. Everyone was nice and willing to answer any questions you may have.

M M

A wonderful place to visit, to see where Elvis came from was amazing, the lovely lady who guided us through was friendly and knowledgeable.

Amy Cripps

A beautiful place that's a must see for Elvis fans. Located 90 minutes from Graceland it's an easy drive and well worth the extra trip.

Heather Emrisko

Whether you are or were a fan of Elvis Presley, or even if you never were, the history and background of a true artist is captured here. From the personal touches of the people who knew him to the paver stones of his life, it's a remarkable display! I was truly in awe.

Robert Halbert

The lady who showed us Elvis's birth room was amazing.My wife was in tears when I asked if he had come back often.Her answer "He was here the night before he died."A very inspirational place and the church where he sang gospel was just the cream on the cake.Will go back again.

Nick

Nice little museum and park reminiscing of the king’s early years before the fame and riches. Amazing contrast between here and Graceland. I particularly enjoyed the childhood stories told by his old friends and family, posted on signs all around. How rough it was there, how it was for everybody there and then really, and how Elvis found himself with a guitar playing songs. Get an appreciation for how the gospel music at the local churches influenced him as well. Well worth a stop.

Joseph Gumeny

Awesome and without long lines! Cool exhibits and a movie. Small fees for museum, etc.. Free to walk around and check out cool history! Wonderful staff!

Rodney Caldwell

Was good to see where he was born at

Michael Lawrence

Very nice park and I liked all the quote from childhood friends that are listed around.

Melinda Chamberlain

Was robbed no camara to catch theft

Clint White

A very pretty place, well put together for a peaceful stroll.

Paul Sellers

Nice place to stop and walk around. The gift shop is nice, but the museum inside is a little lacking. We were told "no pictures" inside, but right after we paid, there was a guy taking pictures. The original home and the walk around was very nice, we did not go inside the home or the church. I would recommend it for anyone that has an interest in Elvis.

Clint Terry

Fun to look back on history

JAMES Rorer

On our way yo Graceland we stopped here to see what we did not know about Elvis. And wouldn't you know we learned some new things. If you are a fan of Elvis you want to visit here.

Patrick Elder

Lordy! I remember seeing Elvis perform "Mississippi Hound Dog Blues" with Fatsy Waller here one unforgettable night!

Cynthia Dillon

I CAN NOT EVEN EXPLAIN IN WORDS HOW AWWSOME THIS IS!! Even if you're NOT an Elvis fan, you WILL be when you leave!!!! I would give it 10 stars if I could!!

lisa hankins

90 miles from Graceland, and worth the drive. There's a museum and gift shop as well as the house and church. There's a road up the hill to the 'Becoming' statue plaza for wheelchair access. Staff is very friendly and helpful.

Dave Bellamy

This place is absolutely beautiful and the grounds are spectacular I highly recommend visiting Elvis's house birthplace

James Spencer

Beautiful grounds. Make quick stop to see .

Brielle Z

He wuz KANG! ... of ROCK 'n ROLL!!!!

Kathy Cox

OMG! Elvis's birthplace. Seeing his house was great. The museum was wonderful! The gift shop was big and I had to have several things! If you're an Elvis fan, you have to visit!

Mary Roberts

If you like elvis Presley this is a most stop. Small but worth it

Ruthanne Piccola

It would if been nice if more if his music was played

allen dixon

The area was very nice and very easy to find off the main rood. A lot of interesting things to look at, and some attractions you could look at without having to buy a ticket.

Estrella Ross

Alot of information to be learned. Amazing place to visit

Linda Francani

Greatest place to visit and know the king was born in that house. The whole property grounds are beautiful. Great museum and gift shop.

Carrie Montgomery

Such a neat place! If your heading on Hwy 22 anywhere near Tupelo Mississippi its worth the short detour! Will definitely stop by again!

Alice Guess

I love seeing history and I love this man and his music, if you are a Elvis fan you will love it, how this man really did go from rags to riches and I thank the lord for giving him to us for a short time, his life was mostly for his fans and he gave us his all. Loved it!

Del Averdick

Enjoyed the visit. Lovely grounds. Very good multimedia experience in the church.

Tracy Lauth

To see how Elvis spent his youth was eye opening.

Deloris HILL

Every one that worked there was friendly. I enjoyed seeing reading and listening it all the stories about Elvis.

Harvey Strubell

Was great to be here, it was an amazing feeling.

Michael Schunk

Very tastefully laid out area. I visited quite a while ago and can say that the city of Tupelo has done a great job in enhancing the environment. A must see place if you are an Elvis fan.

Tori Hermenitt

The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. A beautiful place to visit!

Eric Handley

Nice area if you're passing through Tupelo give it a look

Vladimirs Rubenis

Definitely add this place to your ‘Things to do’ list if you’re traveling to Mississippi. Completely worth it The Rock n Roll legend was born here, you can walk on the same land where he used to walk. We loved it

Bob S

Worth a trip. We have wanted to come here for years. Everything is so nice and clean, the staff is super friendly. Lots to see.

Jami Johnston

It was a blast except they, do not stay open after dark (5:00 everday)so my husband and I (being that we were there on business) didn't get to rampage and collect a boat load of elvis gift shop goodies for family and of course ourselves lol. That being truly my only sad complaint (they were a few other folks that pulled in at the same time as us. We all complained to each other for a time lol so it's mostly out of my system)

Brenda Harrington-Ireland

The grounds were nicely kept and the chapel was pretty cool. We took some nice shots as we strolled around.

Bill Gately

It was very good, the gift shop was not very good. The home and the museum were good

Dorothy Macias

Very nice, clean and interesting place to visit. It's so peaceful to stroll the grounds and tour Elvis' home. Very friendly and informative ladies at the home, museum and church. The gift shop is a must. Tupelo is a quiet town, my kind of place

Hollie-Lyn James

We went when its was closed. Got to enjoy the grounds. Very beautiful!

tabatha strawinski

I'm such a fan so I loved it...

Vicki Rose

Very clean nice and peaceful place to tour. Great experience. Everyone should go at least once

Kim H

Loved visiting, so beautifully done. Very peaceful & so quaint. I enjoyed this even more than Graceland to see Elvis's humble beginnings. Very touching.

peter gibson

Brilliant insight into the early life of Elvis, to see where he came from is amazing

Jamie Thorness

Wonderful story of the beginning of Elvis showing his humble start. Truly a rags to riches story.

Sara Gibson

We had a blast this week.. Learning more and more about Elvis Presley!!!

Jeff Riggs

Pretty cool but were closed, we walked around till dark

Mark Gallagher

Great excitement on a quick getaway. The memoribila, the information, and the compartmentalization of his complex life brought new understanding to our thoughts of who he was.... Great blessings to the family decided to share it with the world.

Jo Ann Burge

Tour guide was especially kind and informative at the birthplace home. We enjoyed the presentation at the church on the grounds as well.

Barbara Bell

Really well done. All laid out as an easy walk. We actually went in the morning before it opened so it was nice and cool and we had the grounds pretty much to ourselves. Some of the inside stuff would have been nice to see, but we got a very good feel for everything and it was so well presented. Highly recommended going

Cynthia P

Even a true Elvis fan would find it hard to love this site. The museum itself has few original pieces (most are at Graceland) and doesn't allow pictures. The house itself is nicely restored with authentic period pieces. You do get a good feel for how poor the family was. The docent was excellent and provided information and stories. The grounds are beautifully landscaped.

Janie Conroy

A great place to stop, stretch your legs and learn some history about the KING'S Birthplace. We enjoyed reading personal testimonials from those who grew up and lived near him. After reading them I felt I had a better insight as to what kind of person he really was. We were glad we stopped.

Chris Kellett

This was a really neat stop! The only thing that would have made it better is if we could have arrived when the museum was open. Still a neat stop. Will definitely go back.

Teresa Edwards

Had a great time going back in time! Great customer service!

Jimmy

Worth the trip Would recommend it.

Laura Cole

Prices good did everything for 15 per person learned a lot spent couple hours there

Sara Burns

It was Elvis' birthplace, of course it was great!! Free to look around the grounds but the museum costs. Don't forget your free 20 page booklet from the gift shop.

W Clark

A good finish after visiting Graceland on way home. Humbling experience to know how poor Elvis was growing up and to become so famous.

Destry Sparks

Definitely worth the visit! From humble beginnings came a legend!

Daniel Calder

Serene and well maintained. A must for the dedicated Elvis fan.

Dhee Pickens

JUST so positive for your soul as well as any one just passing by full of information you never even thought you would have been enlightened about so humble but excetlingthly ramp up,a must visit......

Elvis Himselvis

I would say this is a must for all true Elvis fans, but it isn't anything too great. The house is the only real thing to see. The rest is just Tupelo trying to milk a buck off of the Presley name.

Jerry Collins

This is a great spot for all Elvis fans to visit. We had a wonderful time.

Angie Smith

It was awesome.these are pics of my daughter and husband.the one by Elvis at 13 yrs. My daughter is 13 yrs.old also.we enjoyed our visit.

Barbara Bell

Really well done. All laid out as an easy walk. We actually went in the morning before it opened so it was nice and cool and we had the grounds pretty much to ourselves. Some of the inside stuff would have been nice to see, but we got a very good feel for everything and it was so well presented. Highly recommended going

Rhonda Porterfield

Nice park. The house, church ans museum were interesting.

Wes Hunter

Enjoyed entertaining the tour group today!

lorraine britcliffe

Absolutely amazing, 50 year Elvis fan, have been 3 times now but each time I visit there is something different to see, I will highly recommend you visit whether you're an Elvis fan or not, like my husband.

Barbara Herman

Whether you LOVED Elvis or not, this small historical park is worth visiting. We arrived after tour hours but were still able to walk around and take pictures. Definitely worth taking a short drive off the interstate to see!

Cassandra Kemp

This is an amazing place. Well worth the stop.

Dana Cook

A great place to visit. Takes you to Elvis's humble beginnings and home built by his father, grandfather and uncle in 1934 on a $180.00 loan from his boss. Amazing how he started so poor and of humble means to becoming the greatest entertainer of all time! This park is immaculate and very nicely done. The house still stands in the exact spot it was built.

Cynthia P

Even a true Elvis fan would find it hard to love this site. The museum itself has few original pieces (most are at Graceland) and doesn't allow pictures. The house itself is nicely restored with authentic period pieces. You do get a good feel for how poor the family was. The docent was excellent and provided information and stories. The grounds are beautifully landscaped.

melissa Flores

Amazing tribute to the king. Be sure to walk the beautiful grounds and stop at the reflection pond and see "The Boy, The Man" statue! A highlight for me!

Thomas Glotfelty

Great place. If you love Elvis you will love this place. Very nicely presented.

Magnus Simonarson

Very cool place to visit if you're driving by for sure.

Cordell Royer

So neat seeing a small part of history!

Mireli Scott

Its amazing how this community brought this little beautiful place together to honor the King of Rock and give his fans a lil place to come in remembrance. Worth the drive to come learn even more humble background about ole Mr. ELVIS. Thank you!

Aliena Remborn

Had a wonderful day with the family. I wish they would hold events in the chapel. Such a beautiful space.

Vicky Morris

Winter as a child of eight. Many years later at the age of 52 I couldn't wait to go back. It is so different from what I remember that the little home Remains the Same. I cried and was overjoyed. What I hated is how much of the grounds and Elvis's yard they took away to make parking spots and a building with memorabilia. Maybe most people like that, but I didn't. I love seeing his home and home consists of a yard where he played and the things that were there that I saw as a child. Regardless, if you loved Elvis or begin to love Elvis I absolutely recommend taking your family there and allowing them to fe the spirit of Elvis there

J Williams

We were on a road trip and picked a hotel in Tupelo. We had no idea this was the birthplace of Elvis. This was an added bonus to our trip.

Donna Lehigh

You just have to love this little two room home that Elvis lived in with his parents. I also enjoyed the church that's on the property, along with a museum and nice gift shop.

Dave Grant

Very impressed. People there were extremely friendly. Really enjoyed learning of Elvis' Christian roots. Learned history of Elvis that I never knew. Saw things in the museum I haven't seen since I was a kid. Walking thru the park and seeing the "Becoming" statue was just incredible. Walked around the pond and over the bridge over troubled waters.

Lou Tennant

Nice place to visit. Must see if you’re an Elvis fan.

Sharon Fiaschetti

Not convinced the history is factual. The rate of $9 to go thru the 450 sq ft home is pricey. You are in there for 1 minute. We were there and did it but not the museum, which is an extra charge. The curator and staff were all very nice.

Janie Conroy

A great place to stop, stretch your legs and learn some history about the KING'S Birthplace. We enjoyed reading personal testimonials from those who grew up and lived near him. After reading them I felt I had a better insight as to what kind of person he really was. We were glad we stopped.

Fred Grandmaison

It was informative and well done. The one lady working the house actually knew the Presley's. Very interesting

William Maynard

It was good to see they are taking care of his beginnings. They need to have donation boxes outside for those of us who are just passing through and don't have time to go to the museum.

Cheryl Rokos

Learned a lot. Never knew he had a u twin. Well kept

Dawn of the Survivor

Excellent place for business get togethers

Chris Kellett

This was a really neat stop! The only thing that would have made it better is if we could have arrived when the museum was open. Still a neat stop. Will definitely go back.

Andy Brown

Well done, personal touch! Not so commercial...

April Seymour

I love this place. Awesome to see and to take a step back into music!

Jenessa Adams

Came here for a nursing break to feed and change my baby. It was only 2 miles off the highway and such a beautiful place to stop! Loved the fountains and lake, the benches and lush green lawns. We enjoyed the information boards and the statues. Great place. We didn't go inside the museum but I bet they are great! Bathrooms are clean and large.

J Pow

Nice insights into Elvis' early years. I recommend including the church portion of the visit as I thought this was the highlight of it all.

Kathy Wagner

I had an awesome time .. I spent a couple hours and really could have spent more time. Was cool.

Samuel F. Campbell

Beautiful spot, get there before 5:00 PM Saw the birth house and church and family Green Plymouth replica they used to travel to Memphis TN for a better Living. The Reflections quite area & picnic area is a nice shaded rest stop with a nice pond and fountains were a nice classy touch. Souvenir Shop seals tickets also! The place and the grounds are well kept by the crew!

Liz Stone

Love love love it here!! The staff was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. The gift shop staff was really friendly and helped me pick the perfect gift

J Woo

Interesting but expensive for what it is. You can view the church Elvis attended as a child, his boyhood home and the 1939 Plymouth automobile his dad owned (a replica) for free. The museum and tours of the aforementioned items are paid. You cannot take photos in the gift shop for some odd reason (which is enforced). While I am an Elvis Presley fan, it is a shame the Elvis Presley Birthplace has been monetized to this extent.

Rose Lee Chadwick

Awesome place I like it more than Graceland and it was cheaper

Alan Wildman

Worth a visit to this quiet well looked after insight into Elvis's early life.

Brent Sussman

Go early and enjoy a quiet walk/stroll through the exhibits. Very nice. Friendly people, very interesting information and all about Elvis!! I enjoyed it. It doesn’t take long.

Dominic Hill

No matter what your opinion of the man is,you can't deny his influence. A great visit, just a shame that some of the unsavoury characters were glossed over.

Melissa McDonald

Loved it...Tupelo is my Mothers birthplace also.

Gary

Cool site, with statues, the original house, etc... Must see for Elvis fan

Business Hours of Elvis Presley Birthplace in Mississippi

SUNDAY
1–5PM
MONDAY
(COLUMBUS DAY) 9AM–5PM HOURS MIGHT DIFFER
TUESDAY
9AM–5PM
WEDNESDAY
9AM–5PM
THURSDAY
9AM–5PM
FRIDAY
9AM–5PM
SATURDAY
9AM–5PM

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